Bad midyear report? Should I be worried?

<p>Penn EDer here wondering if his midyear report will rouse any trouble.</p>

<p>Well... my grades were fine but then I unexpectedly got two Ds on my midterms... (let's just say crap happens sometimes. I did not intend to get anything lower than a B lol)</p>

<p>So now this is my midyear report:</p>

<p>AP Gov: A
AP Micro-econ: A
AP Lit: A-
AP Physics C e/m: B (D brought down from an A-)
AP Comp Sci: B- (D brought down from a B+)</p>

<p>..and A+ in foods/orchestra :D</p>

<p>Is this anything to worry about? My school has sorta some grade inflation so these grades are worse than they seem. Maybe I sound like a real d**k for complaining about 2 B's, but I'm worried cause I feel bad about borderline failing two midterms...</p>

<p>As long as they don't see the midterm exam scores, you're fine. General rule with mid-year/final-year reports is just keep all A's and B's, and they won't rescind. Only C or lower puts you at risk. PS. PM me...are you on Facebook, fellow 2016 Quaker? :)</p>

<p>Are either of you part of the '16 page on facebook?</p>

<p>I am! There are many Penn-based 2016 groups, though.</p>

<p>Yup part of the group. 2016 quaker!</p>

<p>Gah just checked with the guidance office and looks like my midterm grade is visible. I think I'll have my guidance counselor write a note to the office to explain certain circumstances that lead to the bad grades =P (was sick for a week).</p>

<p>Any last words? >_> kinda paranoid</p>

<p>Yeah, the counselor note is key. But that is really odd! I've gotten C+'s on final exams in past years and kept my A in the class, and the A was the only grade reported on the transcript. Good luck!</p>

<p>Yeah that's what my school does for past years (just shows final letter), but for the midyear report they don't. Sigh.</p>